KTM RC 390.
The KTM RC390 is a sports bike in its purest form. Reduced to the essentials. Agile, fast, suitable for A2 driving license and extremely sporty. Whether you are on country roads or the racetrack, the Moto3 genes are perceptible in every manoeuvre and convey pure race feeling. The handling – simply spectacular.
The performance – incredible. The power – awesome.
Rule the tarmac on the fully faired KTM RC 390. Its clean but aggressive body work give it an aerodynamic advantage over its challengers, making it the supersports bike that stands out from the pack.
The KTM RC 390’s state-of-the-art, single-cylinder engine with twin overhead camshafts once again underlines KTM’s development strength.
The latest materials and production technologies not only deliver the bike’s bountiful torque and punchy acceleration, but also good manners in everyday use and outstanding fuel economy. And thanks to the balancer shaft, this Euro 4 compliant single is as smooth as it is strong.
A bike as compact and nimble as this one, deserves to pack a solid punch. With 32 kW (44 hp) and a dry weight of just 149 kg, we did it justice. Thanks to the ingenious intake and exhaust system, the 46 mm throttle body and the meticulous fuel injection system, this strong stroker is ready to leave the rest of the traffic behind at the twist of your wrist.
Exactly like they did in the RC8 R, the four valves in the cylinder head of the RC 390 are actuated by two overhead camshafts and ultra hard, carbon coated cam followers, providing reliability and longevity despite the engine’s high power output.
RIDE BY WIRE:
It’s the guarantee of a smooth throttle response, more than simply the absence of a throttle cable. The RC 390’s ride by wire ensures perfect application of the readily available and plentiful torque. It also electronically translates the throttle commands of the rider into throttle valve positions perfectly suited to the riding conditions.
The KTM RC 390 matches all the A2 driver’s license requirements and thanks to its high power-to-weight ratio, it’s one of the most dynamic options out there for new riders.